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Deva Pureeswarar Temple - Thevur, Thiruvarur , Tamil Nadu (276 Shiva Sthalangal)

Deva Pureeswarar Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated near Kilvelur in Tamilnadu District of Thiruvarur, Thevur. Designed on an angle, this is one of the 78 Maadakovils by Ko Chenkata Chola Nayanar so elephants can’t reach the sanctum. That is the 202nd and 85th Devaram Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam
Sthalam on River Cauvery’s south side, at Chozha Nadu. Unmarried people visit the temple and those wanting children.

  • Moolavar : Deva Pureeswarar – Deva Gurunathar,
  • Aadhi Deekshiram Udayar
  • Amman / Thayar : Madhura Bashini – Thane Mozhiyal
  • Thala Virutcham : Kal Vazhai – plantain family
  • Theertham : Deva theertham
  • Old year : 1000-2000 years old
  • Historical Name : Devanur
  • Location : Thevur,Thiruvarur Tamil Nadu.

Designed on an angle, this is one of the 78 Maadakovils by Ko Chenkata Chola Nayanar so elephants can’t reach the sanctum. The Temple faces east and the Rajagopuram is 3 thirds deep.

The Temple lord is a Swayambumurthy. As Deva Pureeswarar / Deva Gurunathar / Aadhi Deekshiram Udayar / Kathali Vaneswarar, presiding Deity is named.

Mother is named as Then Mozhiyal / Pann Nilaviya Mozhiyumai / Madhura Bhashini. Sthala Vriksham is Kal Vazhai / Velvazhai tree (a variety of plantains) grows from stone, not on soil. All the deities here have Deva as their name.

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